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KENWOOD KNA-NT100 NAVTEQ TRAFFIC TUNER
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Amazon.com: 4 opiniones
Poor interface, very limited use, not worth $100, but I would pay $20.
el 28 de febrero de 2015 - Publicado en Amazon.com
Color coding on maps is limited to red/yellow/green and is not as good as the same service on the internet. (Everything is red during the entire rush out period while internet has more red/yellow mix by street) Only major roads are covered. The automatic reroute function works very well when paired with a Kenwood receiver GPS, but it doesn't tell you that it is doing it. It just suddenly has you taking an exit that doesn't make sense until you later see the traffic on the highway while you are on the access road, etc.
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Save your money
el 16 de enero de 2011 - Publicado en Amazon.com
The Navteq Traffic Tuner warns you of impending traffic when you start braking! It doesn't give you any advanced warning of traffic until you can see the red tail lights of the cars directly in front of you. In addition, the audible warning will pop on and warn you "traffic ahead" when there are only a hanful of cars blowing down the highway at 70+ MPH. Save your money and don't purchase this product.
Great NYC Traffic allerter
el 13 de mayo de 2011 - Publicado en Amazon.com
This item has been installed with Kenwood DNX6160 and works so great here in NYC famous traffic jams. Alerted me correctly and rerouted to another routes. A+
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Nice, but not as usefull as it would seem to be.
el 17 de marzo de 2011 - Publicado en Amazon.com
This item works well, but has some pretty severe limitations. If you are primarily driving in a city you drive in every day then you are better off listening to your local traffic coverage. It gives warning of traffic slow-downs along the route, but is of limited use if your route is direct. No automatic re-routing takes place to avoid slow-downs (Manual action required) and the system pops up advertising based on your proximity without giving you the ability to do anything with the advertising other than calculating a route to the advertised services.